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DAILY CAPITAL JOTWirAL, SALE, OJUBOOV, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1003.
TIHS IS JTIIE -COKNEB-YOTX WANTi &L0T -" " TO WATCH f"' ' f bS66ms' y Wo. have selectedtmatlinQ, of brooms we soil with ncare that wo know -will pleaso you ft goqd broomi 'good weight nnd best straw. Our JigK broom 25c Our littfo mlagct 40c Our better buy . ... 45c Our Fairy Queen 50c "Whisk, barn and child's brooms. We especially recommend to you our 40c brodm, our littlo midget, is is tho best light broom wo over seen. FUELHR & DOUGLAS. Salem's Leading Grocers. 456 Stato St. Phono 2261 PERSONALS F. E. Loomis, of Chcinawa, is in the city today. It. Q. Kecne was a business visitor at Lebanon this week. Hon. P. H. D'Arcy was a south bound passonger today. Mrs. W. M. Hoover, of Brooks, was; in tho city today on business. Dr. E. A. Pierco returned this morn ing from a short trip to Portland. Hon. and Mra. Walter L. Toozo, of Woodburn, are visitors in tho city to day. Mrs. P. R. Whitney went to Newport this morning, after a visit with Salem friends. A Mr. and Mrs. Ed.' Kccno are home from a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Nowland, at Eugene. Miss Alta Huffman roturnod last evening from soveral days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCorinick, at Eu gene. ' Loighton Templeton roturnod to his homo at Brownsville this morning, nf ter a few days' visit with Salem friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Winstanlcy, of Eugene, who havo beon spending a few days in Snlem this week, havo re turned home. F. C. Winton, president of the Pacific coast district of tho American Sunday School Union, is in tho city, tho guest of Rev. W. R. Winans. Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Gummings loft last ovening for Washington,, having "been cnlled there on nccount of tho se xious illness of Mrs. Cummings's fath er. C. N. McArthur, reading clerk of -tho lowor house of tho legislature, is n farmpr ngaiu. Ho was in town Sat urday with trousers tucked in his boot tops. West Side Entorprisc. Mrs. Simpson nnd Miss Laura Ruby, of Eugene, aro visiting frionds in this city, aftor which they will go to Pen dleton, whore they will reside with their parontn, who went thero. tho first of tho weok. o Should Bo Dono. Thoro is a woll-founded report that tho Albany local will bo oxtended to Eugene on May 1st, and an exposition flier put on, between Salem and Port land. It is to bo hoped that this is true, as it will bo of great advantage to Albany for it to tap tho fino country between horo and Eugene, and, besides, will givo Eugene pooplo tho advantago of our superior railroad center trade, arriving at 7 a. m., returning at noon or night. What Schilling's Best does for a family : saves all care about U baklnfpowder rplcra cofle favoring urncM tod and settles those questions once for all. At jux siocw'sl BoatjttMk. H-lHltl l HI I I 111 I 1H I H"fr Zililil S i FOR FRUIT, CANDY, nuts, : : Cigars and Tobacco 154 6tate Street. 101 Court Street. I8.MI.I.1..IIIIIIII.Hi !WHHI 1 1 1 Hl-tWHI lilt ' Tic Entire Town . t R l And tho country, too, go whoro ', ', they are best, easiest and quick- est served when they want a weal, and that's why they all I go to the : ; White House Restaurant 4g 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 Ml 1 1 1 H i I ARRESTED ' AGAIN -.J i Chief Cor rielins and His Wen . Run a "Professor'? Out ' of 'Town Elsworth E. Nichols was arrested again last night on tho charge of fre quenting a house of ill-fame, as was also "Professor''" H. H. Diener, a young man engaged in grinding out melody 6n tho piano at ono of the houses on "Peppermint Flat" Fannie Davenport was also , arrested on the charge of disorderly conduct. Nicholas was already under $75 bond, and was released upon his own recog nizance, as was tho woman, both prom ising to appear at 1 o'clock this after noon, but tho "professor" was placed under $20 bail, which ho promptly jumped, leaving town on tho earlv Nichols was already under $75 bond, for Portland This second arrest of Nichols is rath er a grim joke upon him, for the officers woro not looking for him when thoy raided tho place, but were after tho piano plityor, Diener. Placing his men on tho outside, Chief CQrnolius entered tho house, and demanded the man who was playing tho piano. Tho piano playing "professor" objected strenu ously to being placed under arrest, but tho ofllcers were not to bo turned from their purpose, and ho finally got his hat' and coat, and prepared to leave tho place, but suddenly nil wero sur prised to soo Nichols como Durstitig into tho room, nnd exclaim: "Never mind, professor, I wjll go your ball." Ghiof Cornelius, although somewhat surprised, was equal to tho occasion, and, gathering Nick into the arms of tho law, ho in turn, exclaimed: "I think you will go to" jail, rather than on somo ouo's bail" The enso was called at 2 o'clock this afternoon, boforo .Tudgo Moores, and continued until action was takou by department No. 1 of tho circuit court, in the similar caso now pending. Learn Dressmaking. Every lady" should understand tho cutting and making of her clothes. Easy to lenm by tho "Elisto" system of cutting. Instructions in drafting, cutting and fitting aro very simple. This system has been tosted by most successful dressmakers and found re liable. Using your own material, un der tho instruction of an experienced dressmnkor you can becoino a compo tont dressmaker iu a short time. Prlco very reasonable. For terms and other particulars call on Mrs. A. L. Morris, nt tho Dr. Rowlnnd house, cor ner of Liberty nnd Court streets. 3-2-3t DRASTIC COMMISSION MEASURE (Continuod from first page.) will bo from Eastern Washington, and tho nnmo of D. Wockwoll, a Spokane lawyer, is montlonod in connection therewith, also that, of Oliver T. Corn wall, of Walla Walla. It is said, how evor, that tho third mau will represent tho farming iutorests. Tho governor, as a result of tho mnn ncr of passing tho bill, is froo from plcdgos as to appointment. Wednesday it was announced that tho railroad commission bill would pass tho senate, 23 nnmes having boon so cured to an agreomont to vote for its pnssago when it was reached on the calendnr. A caucus was hold last night in which lumbormon, fishormon and farmers united to forco tho passngo of laws affecting all threo industries. The sockeyo salmon closing law and faotory inspociou bills aro to pass with the commission law. Tho commission has power to make ratos of faro and freight, and will be elcotod by tho pooplo as soon as a gou oral elootion is hold. The bill, as passed is nearly a copy of tho McBrido of two years ago. o Eoturns to Frigid Minnesota. Dr. Fountain, tho gentleman who is well-known in Salem as a medical show man, and who is ono of tho largest hearted men on earth, has beon in tho city during tho past week, and leaves tonight for his homo in Minnosota. He goes to bring his family to Salem. He says a man is a fool to live in that country, when he can havo tho bene fits of a climate like ours, and he pro poses henceforth to be a Salemite. As soon as he can close his business ar rangements he will return. He ex pects to buy property here, and will bo a good acquisition for the town. MACHINE MEASURE Attempt to Throw Responsi bility on Caleider Clerk or Printer (From the Oregonian March 2d) Threo misplaced lines of typo in the senate calendar for tho last day of tho legislature's session aro responsible for tho passogo by tho council yesterday of an ordinanco which repeals tho li cense upon slot machines. "H. B. 299, by Mr. Gray (by ro quest) A bill for an act to prohibit granting authority or privilege to con duct gambling," is the calendar titlo of tho measure which caused tho trouble. This bill did not pass both houses. Yet tho senate calendar says that it was signod up two days boforo ad journment, nnd nearly every momber of tho legislature will say positively that tho calendar is correct. But the threo lines of typo showing tho passngo of tho bill in tho seuato and tho signa ture of tho speaker nnd presidont should rightfully havo been npplied to tho Mills bill amending tho Port land charter, and not to tho Gray bill at all. ' On Fobrunry 8th, tho Gray bill passed tho house. It wns read first and second times in the sonnlo Fobruary 14th, nnd was on thnt day roferrcd to the committco on municipal corpora tions, Senators Coke, Slchcl and Rand. This is gleaned from tho calendar. On February 15th it wns read for tho third time. Tho plain truth nbout tho above is thnt tho Gray slot machino bill died in tho sennto committee. It wns nevor roportod, and could not havo been act ed upon. In handling such a large number of bills on tho 40-pngo calon dar it is possiblu that thoro was an in terchange of typo that cnused confu sion, bu tho fact remains that the bill did not get before tho senate. SALEM BUSINESS WOMAN Tho portrait horewith is that of Mrs. Jennie Hcadrick a forinor Salem bus! nets woman, who tins livod in Portland Mrs. Jennie Hcadrick. for somo timo past, but she litis now returned to Salem, and reopened tho Model Oystor Pnrlors at 444 Court street. Sho is a business woman of ex ceptional ability, and proposes to givo her patrons tho best meals in tho city for tho money. Mrs. Hcadrick has over had this reputation when sho has been in business, and proposes to main tain it. Givo nor a call, o Yaquina Bay Fish Hatchery, Tho etuto fish commissioner reports that tho past season 3,000,000 Chinook eggs woro taken and tho young fry is now raady to bo sot out, whilo at the same point ovor 4,000,000 of silvor- sides woro secured, and tho plant is now taking tho crop of stoolbeads, of which soveral million will bo scoured. Mr. VanDusen pronounces tho Yaquina bay salmon, tho fall Chinook, as good as tho fall run of that species in the Columbia river, whllo the silversides are, if anything, better than tho same class caught in the Columbia, and ho expects to use tho Yaquina hatchery in seouring young fry with which to stock tho coa.it streams above and below Ya qulna bay for future use. Whilo playing with a lighted candle anda keir of powder, three children of Mrs. IT. L. Bachnell, of Palaquemlne Parish, "La., were blown to pieces to day, and the houao wrecked. POISON IN HER SODA (Continued from first page.) tho hour is nt hand tp launch a rigid, pninstaking investigation of tho whole affair. Tho police, therefore, hnvo quietly tnken up tho examination of the poisoning, which is said to havo been attempted in this city nt tho Stnnford homo during January, and, rognrdless of whatovor may dovelop at Honolulu, tho authorities horo will go to tho bottom of tho affair at onco, Whother Mrs. Stnnford was tho victim of foul play or not, tho polico" dopnrt mont hero will fortify itsolf with all facts obtainable, and will oven mnko arrests if, aftor independent investiga tion, thoy seem warranted. In tho meantime, thoy ha.vo cnblod tho high sheriff of Honolulu, urging that autop sy and chomist reports bo hurried on here, and thnt ovory precaution bo tak en to surround tho mystery. Spillnino is not prcpnred to express an opinion iu tho matter, or mnko public tho stops taken, but snys ho is abreast of tho caso, nnd will run to earth tho ro sponsiblo pnrtios, if tho ovldonco shows that Mrs. Stanford was murdered. Attorney Wilson prcsorves a studied careful roticonco, but it is plain thnt ho is wrought up by tho information ro ceived last night of tho discovery of poison in tho bircarbonnto of soda, and of tho fact that tho luugs of tho dead womnn betrayed symptoms of death duo to poisoning. "We hnvo formed no deflnito idea of tho 'matter at all," said Mr. Wilson, "and it is plain wo will not bo warranted in so doing un til tho chemists' report is filed. It is well-night unboliovablo that any ono would seek to injuro Mrs. Stnnford. Wo aro in momontnry expectation of further nnd more doflnito news, and until it arrives wo havo nothing to say," Public opinion hero is inclined to tho theory of methodical poisoning. Mrs. Stanford's attendants aro boin investigated. That Mrs. Stnnford ad ministered poison to horsclf iscoutod by tho polico, who point out that, whilo sho was a woman of advanced years, and sho wns lonosomo as well, at all times was woll balanced, and not of a temporamont that would pormit con templation of suicide. When reports from tho Honolulu chemists aro ro coived it is not unlikoly that tho local authorities will ordor cortuin nrrosts to bo mado, or that various porsons will bo detained at loast until tho pros ont investigation is concludod. This afternoon Wilson received a telegram from tho Honolulu chomlsts saying tho roport on tho examination of tho contents of tho stomach will not bo ready until tomorrow. Tho cnblogram contained no intimation as to what nn turo of tho roport would bo,. Beyond this brief montage, no word on the case was rcceivod from Honolulu. Chief Spillnino has received tho fol lowing cnblogram from tho high shor iff of Honolulu this nftornooni "Tho Stanford bottlo of biearbonato of soda contained 43 drams and 002 grains of strychnine. Examination of the organs of tbo body nro now under way, nnd will cable as soon us completed. Full details by mail." .. i i ' A Business Change. The Center saloon, which has been operated for several yoars at 221 Com mercial street, has been bought by the undersigned, and will be conducted in first-class order, All old nnd new pat rons made welcome, 214tf RALPH SWABTS. . rr.1 h '.r j -.- :: This is tho last wock of our suit sale. Spring goods aro now arriving, nnd will bo ready for you imtrfcdlately. But wo will continuo onr sale ono waoU longor to givo ovory ono nn opportunity to tako advantago of ,tllo ro ductions. Wo ore making $10.00, $15.00, $10,50 suits reducod ty . M. $8.00 and $10.00 sgrr shiris For this weok wo will put our soft shirts on salo. This is a eh&nco for you to stook up your wardrobe. Nico, now summer patterns, for you to mako your selections from. Soo our show windows for stylos. $ I Shbts 65c $ t .50 SUtts 95c Roberts Best $3 Hat on Eattfc ' wnLxwJuiJyi WOOLEN MILL STORE o ft -x v r"-r ti -vj I v99BSEjBH99BXBIuBBBSSSb1R?Is'v 228KHDBnBnE0BKs!BB9BBBluBHSHBBBBSBBBl IllllllllllllSEllllllllllflBlBBBBISnBnr JHit JHiHillBrliSllllllMBBBlBllblHLlllHVilflni Mr. Oharloa B. Hnnford, aa "Othello." I WMfl No Crow on Train. Ono of- tho most novol railways in tho world outsido tho ronlm of freaks1, and doing a regular freight business, is ouo in Germany, tho trnfllo of which is exclusively hauling salt from tho baIl cities of Stnssfurt. Tho engines nro oloctric, of 25 horso-powor, and haul 30 cars, each of which has u lead capacity of half a ton. Thoro is no crow for oithor onglno or trniu, tho progress of tho train being controlled at nny ono of tho fivo stutlons on tho lino by automatically ringing a boll on its approach, when tho station ugont turns off tho currant nnd brings tho train to a stop. When ready to bo sent on its journoy tho current is turned on nnd tho t nil it proceeds to its des tination. Uses Half tho Juice. A new inenndescont lamp, whoso flla mont is a tantalum wire, has boon pro duced in Gormauy. It uses only hulf as muqh current nt tho sumo voltago with tho Bnruo Intensity of light nnd Spring Millinery ALL THE LATEST STYLES. Street Hats. Dress Hats, Exquisite, Tasty, Good Quality, Low Prices. Flowers, Foliage, Chiffon, Silk Mull, Bucfc els, Frames, largest assortment, and lowest prices in the city. Children's Sailors from f 5c up. Ladies' Sailors from 29c up. Misses' Hats, Big Assortment, Low Prices. R0STEIN & i 298 and 300 Commercial St m iHHIHIIHIIIIIIHIIlUmHtiMIIIIIMIIIIMIIIW fW WEEK ( T . I iMiltMlMlMtl tho Bnmo useful lifo as a carbon fila ment lump, It hns boon found, how over, thnt aftor burning from 200 to .100 hours, tho tantalum wlro losos a groat deal of its mocluintcal rosistanco, which nmkos its inadvisabllity to ro movo a lamp from Its old liftings,' af ter it litis served for somo timo,, and put it iu others, nu this may break tho filament. Tho commercial success of tho now lamp litis not yet bcou dotor- IllitlOll. Spray Your Fruit Trees. Persons having fruit trees and orna inoiitnl trees thnt, undor tho stato law, nro required to bo sprayed at this sea son of tho yoar, aro requested to leavo their ordors nt F. A. Wiggins' imple ment houso or with tho Orogon Nur sery Company. Tho oxponso is. vory small, nnd tbo increaso in fruit and qunlity will moro than repay nil cost to tho owner. Or apply to E. O, Arm strong, manager of tho city spraying outfit, who will at onco attend to tho mattor. 2-27-tf ft GREENBAUM Salem